Things don't get better unless we do what's right even we aren't the direct beneficiaries of that righteous action
The refusal to normalize disability is primal, intentional, and phobic
Perhaps autism made cutesy is how people perceive the path to societal inclusion?
On how we break free from traps in our own thinking
In case you cannot find God, She is in my house
How do we practice accountability to people we have been taught to look down on?
A few weeks ago, I very belatedly started watching Chef's Table on Netflix. Admittedly, I picked and chose, and mostly only watched episodes about chefs of color. Even then, the neocolonial slant of commentaries by other top chefs about whomever was being featured was a tad grating (get it? Cooking pun?). For example, in Volume … Continue reading 220. Pathways that Scream
In which I merely vibe
The clamor for change is coming from inside the house
We are not invited to have an equal voice outside of our safe spaces